Shelley Boulianne
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Does Internet use affect engagement? A meta-analysis of research
S Boulianne
Political Communication 26 (2), 193-211, 2009
12722009
Social media use and participation: A meta-analysis of current research
S Boulianne
Information, Communication & Society 18 (5), 524-538, 2015
8902015
Testing! testing! one, two, three–Testing the theory in structural equation models!
L Hayduk, G Cummings, K Boadu, H Pazderka-Robinson, S Boulianne
Personality and Individual Differences 42 (5), 841-850, 2007
4472007
Stimulating or reinforcing political interest: Using panel data to examine reciprocal effects between news media and political interest
S Boulianne
Political Communication 28 (2), 147-162, 2011
2072011
Revolution in the making? Social media effects across the globe
S Boulianne
Information, Communication & society 22 (1), 39-54, 2019
942019
Online news, civic awareness, and engagement in civic and political life
S Boulianne
New Media & Society 18 (9), 1840–1856, 2016
862016
Twenty Years of Digital Media Effects on Civic and Political Participation
S Boulianne
Communication Research 47 (7), 947-966, 2020
692020
Young people, digital media, and engagement: A meta-analysis of research
S Boulianne, Y Theocharis
Social Science Computer Review 38 (2), 111-127, 2020
552020
Attachment to Community and Civic and Political Engagement: A Case Study of Students
S Boulianne, M Brailey
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 51 (4), 375-388, 2014
312014
Sponsor prominence and responses patterns to an online survey
S Boulianne, CA Klofstad, D Basson
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 23 (1), 79-87, 2011
312011
Matching the Message to the Medium Results from an Experiment on Internet Survey Email Contacts
CA Klofstad, S Boulianne, D Basson
Social Science Computer Review 26 (4), 498-509, 2008
312008
Mini-publics and Public Opinion: Two Survey-Based Experiments
S Boulianne
Political Studies 66 (1), 119–136, 2018
272018
Does compassion go viral? Social media, caring, and the Fort McMurray wildfire
S Boulianne, J Minaker, TJ Haney
Information, Communication & Society 21 (5), 697-711, 2018
262018
Examining the Gender Effects of Different Incentive Amounts in a Web Survey
S Boulianne
Field Methods 25 (1), 91-104, 2013
262013
Campaigns and Conflict on Social Media: A literature snapshot
S Boulianne
Online Information Review 40 (5), 566-579, 2016
212016
“School Strike 4 Climate”: Social Media and the International Youth Protest on Climate Change
S Boulianne, M Lalancette, D Ilkiw
Media and Communication 8 (2), 208-218, 2020
182020
Building Faith in Democracy: Deliberative Events, Political Trust and Efficacy
S Boulianne
Political Studies 67 (1), 4-30, 2019
182019
Political consumerism: A meta-analysis
L Copeland, S Boulianne
International Political Science Review, 1-16, 2020
112020
Right-wing populism, social media and echo chambers in Western democracies
S Boulianne, K Koc-Michalska, B Bimber
New Media & Society 22 (4), 683-699, 2020
102020
From online political posting to mansplaining: The gender gap and social media in political discussion
K Koc-Michalska, A Schiffrin, A Lopez, S Boulianne, B Bimber
Social Science Computer Review 39 (2), 197-210, 2021
92021
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